Resources for Dodge, Chrysler, and Plymouth Owners

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Major Chrysler, Plymouth, Jeep, and Dodge Resources Here At Allpar

The Parts Sources Page - ordinary and specialty vendors, including those who stock special tools or unusual parts of interest to the Mopar community. Also see these Parts Price Comparisons.

The FAQ. - an invaluable resource for most Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge owners. It is archived by MIT, and posted on the newsgroup twice a month. No car reviews, no buyers guides, just frequently asked questions and automotive answers.

Car Pages- These cover over 200 different nameplates with car reviews, buyers guides, specifications, and more - for minivans, SUVs, cars, and pickups.

Dealer trouble - Some steps to take when your car dealer has taken advantage of you.

Troubleshooting - disputes with dealers/Chrysler and common repairs for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Plymouth cars, trucks, minivans, and SUVs.

  • ARRC (Auto Reference Resource Center), free (on-line) from many libraries. John Strager wrote, “It is like having all the Chilton/Haynes books in one place, with the service bulletins thrown in!”

Car calculations — metric to English and back for horsepower, torque, length, weight, displacement, gas mileage (at allpar)

VIN Decoding - at allpar

Car clubs

Links - other sites.

Service Bulletin TSB

Service bulletins:

The US government is now providing the full text of technical service bulletins (TSBs) for free. Go to the search page, ignore the “Search for Recalls by VIN” button, and select the car from dropdown menus. The search will bring up a list of recalls, with four tabs on the top (ignore the buttons) — recalls, investigations, complaints, and “manufacturer communications.”  The latter includes the TSBs, and clicking on it reveals a longer list. Service bulletins have an “SB” in front of the communication number (e.g. SB-18-006-15-G). The titles aren’t being shown yet; to see a particular TSB, click on the phrase “1 Associated Document,” then on the file name that’s revealed (e.g. SB-10074729-7690.pdf). 

Chrysler and related telephone numbers 

  • Chrysler USA: 1-800-992-1997.
    • See our guide on what to do if you have trouble with a Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealer.
    • Chrysler USA Customer Center, Box 21-8004, Auburn Hills, MI 48321, 800 992 1997.
    • Chrysler Canada customer service: 1-800-465-2001 (English), 1-800-387-9983 (French), Box 1621, Windsor, Ontario N9A 4H6
    • Service Contracts: 1-800-521-9922; Box 2700, Troy, MI 48007
    • Roadside Assistance: 1-800-521-2779, open all the time.
    • Recall Information: 1-800-853-1403 (Box 1040, St. Charles, MO 63302)
    • Service Publications: 1-800-348-4696.
    • Free catalog of Chrysler Group technical information: 1-800-626-1523
    • Automobility: reimburses people to adapt new vehicles for people with disabilities. 1-800-255-9877
    • Mopar Performance DirectConnection Tech Line: 1-888-528-HEMI. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM ET.
  • Factory service manuals and owners’ books, try Chrysler itself (Dyment Distribution seems to have disappeared). Newer manuals are available on-line for free; back to 1981, through Chrysler Tech Authority,
  • Chrysler vehicle replicas: 1-800-253-0823
  • Mr. Burr recommended Performance Carburetor Service - they rebuilt his Carter YH side draft and tuned it for his engine. (619) 240-6736, Apple Valley, CA.
  • Scale One Production can build scale models of your favorite Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth automobile. For details, please send SASE to Scale One Production, 710 NW 204 Ave, Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
  • Wilkinson's Automobilia carries service manuals and parts interchange books: "an automotive specialty shop located at 2531 Ontario St. in Vancouver, B.C., Canada (tel. 604-873-6242)"
  • Our selection of Mopar books.
  • If you need build sheets or an owner's manual for a classic or vintage car, try the Chrysler Museum.

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